Intellectual Shaman Conversation with Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Toa, aka Donald Trent Jacobs, Ph.D., Ed.D., Fielding Graduate University) on Indigenous Worldview
International Humanistic Management Association
October 09, 2020
12:00-1:00 p.m. ET
Web conferencing, details will be sent before the event once your RSVP is received
Please join IHMA, Sandra Waddock, and Four Arrows for insight into how Indigenous wisdom and worldview can help repair our troubled world
About this Event
Please join the International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA) and Sandra Waddock (Boston College) for an Intellectual Shaman Conversation with Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Toa, aka Donald Trent Jacobs, Ph.D., Ed.D., Fielding Graduate University) on Indigenous Worldview
The International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA) welcomes you to join Sandra Waddock with Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Toa, aka Donald Trent Jacobs), prolific author on Indigenous wisdom, professor at Fielding Graduate University, horseman, prize-winning ‘old time’ pianist, surfer, and general polymath, for an Intellectual Shamans webinar on October 9, 2020, at noon EDT. Four Arrows will provide insight into how Indigenous wisdom and worldviews can help us all, as academics, repair our troubled world. He is a true intellectual shaman—in every sense!
All of us can learn much from Indigenous perspectives, as Four Arrows, will outline. “Shaman” and “Medicine-Man or Woman” are terms that have come to describe a person in traditional Indigenous cultures whose self-knowledge, artfulness, skills, and experience with Spiritual energies are utilized for: maintaining or attaining lost balance; healing psychological or physical illness; and, improving relationships with self and others. CAT-FAWN is a mnemonic worldview reflection relating to four influencing forces (Fear, Authority, Words and Nature) and using trance-based learning to choose optimal transformations where most needed.
The Intellectual Shaman series is hosted by IHMA as a Faculty Development format. It is co-sponsored by the Galligan Chair of Strategy at Boston College.
Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows), aka Donald Trent Jacobs, Ph.D., Ed.D. Formerly Dean of Education at Oglala Lakota College and a tenured Associate Professor of Education at Northern Arizona University, Four Arrows is currently a professor with Fielding Graduate University. Selected as one of 27 “Visionaries in Education” for the AERO text, Turning Points, he is author of 22 books on Indigenous Worldview and its applications for education, sustainability, wellness, and justice. He is a recipient of a Martin Springer Institute for Holocaust Studies Moral Courage Award for his activism in behalf of Indigenous Peoples and sovereignty. His book, Teaching Truly: A Curriculum to Indigenize Mainstream Education, was selected as one of the top 20 progressive education books. His work has been endorsed by notable educators and philosophers, including Noam Chomksy, Vine Deloria, Jr., Vandana Shiva, Michael Apple, Jon Pilger, Darcia Narvaez, Henry Giroux, Daniel Wildcat, and Margarette Wheatley. Two books have been published about or based on his work (Fisher, 2019 & Bickel, 2020).
Sandra Waddock is Galligan Chair of Strategy, Carroll School Scholar of Corporate Responsibility, and Professor of Management at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. Winner of numerous awards, Sandra has published about 150 papers and multiple books, including Healing the World (Routledge/Greenleaf, 2017) and Intellectual Shamans (Cambridge, 2014). Current research interests include large system change, corporate responsibility, intellectual shamanism, and management education.